No Doubt
Operation Ivy
Honey I'm Homely
Rancid

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Most of the Third Wave of Ska Revival was based on Ska-Punk, a hybrid that took the 2-Tone movement of the early '80s as its starting point, and added the velocity and volume of hardcore punk for good measure. Throughout the late '80s, ska-punk was an underground phenomenon, with Fishbone being the only one of its practitioners to earn significant exposure. By the mid-'90s, ska-punk bands like Rancid had broken through into the alternative audience, and the Third Wave of Ska Revival -- which also included bands that leaned more toward metal than ska -- was on its way to becoming part of the mainstream.

Ska-Punk Artists Highlights

No Doubt
No Doubt
Rancid
Rancid
Fishbone
Fishbone
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Operation Ivy
Operation Ivy
Sublime
Sublime

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Ska-Punk Album Highlights

Operation Ivy
Operation Ivy
Operation Ivy
Honey I'm Homely
Dance Hall Crashers
Honey I'm Homely
...And Out Come the Wolves
Rancid
...And Out Come the Wolves
Sublime
Sublime
Sublime
Let's Face It
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Let's Face It
Losing Streak
Less Than Jake
Losing Streak

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Ska-Punk Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Party at Ground Zero Fishbone
Someday I Suppose The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Vulnerability Operation Ivy
Smiling Operation Ivy
Unity Operation Ivy
Roots Radicals Rancid
Time Bomb Rancid
Salvation Rancid
All Mine Dance Hall Crashers
40oz. to Freedom Sublime

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